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The Assyrian empire collapsed because the Medes and Chaldeans joined together against them. A. True B. False
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User: The Assyrian empire collapsed because the Medes and Chaldeans joined together against them. A. True B. False





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User: Chinese philosophy is similar to Christianity and Judaism because it has a creation story. A. True B. False



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